Composites: Photoshop or On1 RAW?

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candgpics Regular Member • Posts: 183
Re: Composites: Photoshop or On1 RAW?

Glad the information is helpful.

I like Matt Kloskowski. He is a good teacher. I remember him from when he worked with Scott Kelby and he works with ON1, too.

You may also wish to consider Eric Almas and/or Renee Robyn at www.https://proedu.com. Each tutorial (on sale) is less than Matt's course. I have purchased far too many tutorials from proedu (formerly rggedu), but they are excellent.

Eric's tutorials go into much of the shooting style he employs and his tutorials are more like looking over his shoulder at a shoot and then later at his computer desk, but I really like his style. And, I love Renee Robyn. Her tutorials, actually I think she has two at proedu, should be priced as a single tutorial, but they are great (two parts probably because she is so popular).

Matt's course likely will be an orderly beginning to more advanced route and that may be easier to follow, but you may wish to look at the proedu site.

Phlearn.com is also excellent. It is a subscription site, but it is a tremendous value if you have the time to make the subscription work over the course of a year and you may like the owner's style. There are a lot of compositing tutorials on the site.

YouTube can be helpful, too. Sometimes, though, it is nice to have a well produced orderly course that takes you step by step and nowadays tutorials have been coming down in price given the quality of what is available on YouTube.

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